iO9 was the first entertainment website to feature my Batman animatic that I know of. Really well-written summary and description of my video and my intent - it's almost as if they hacked my brain. Is that possible yet?
FEARLESS FRED ON 102 THE EDGE
Toronto DJ Fearless Fred mentioned it on-air during his segment and even posted the link on his radio blog page and facebook. Very cool of him, especially since he's a fellow comics enthusiast.
ComicBookMovie.com was the next site that I was made aware of to feature my video. It officially marks the first time I have ever been called a "YouTuber" as well as a huge point of pride for me since I frequent that site a lot for my daily dose of comic book and pop culture news.
GeekTyrant is a super cool site and they really went above and beyond in their depiction of my work. Not only allowing site viewers to thumb through some images, they also provide a direct link as well as a cool description. And even if they hadn't, just to have the privilege of having my work officially displayed below a Star Wars banner is a huge dream-that-I-didn't-know-I-had come true. That gives me an idea for a follow up - Batman on the Death Star, perhaps?